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Organismic Valuing Process and Situations of it's Actualization

Student: Kateryna Halkina

Supervisor: Alexander B. Orlov

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Counselling Psychology. Personality Studies (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2017

C.Rogers states two possible varieties of the person’s values - an organismic valuing process (OVP) and a system of values (SV). Our research is devoted to study of singularities which arise in case of the OVP and the VS. Author used his own methodology constructing of models which describe the OVP and the SV. The research was performed with the help of a qualitative design, the sample was 30 persons. An analysis of the empirical material was carried out by a method of thematic analysis. In the research collected a lot of data were collected on situations which actualize OVP and SV. In general, in situations, update OVP, the more present autonomic aspects (dependent on the person), and in situations? which actualizes SV - heteronomic aspects (not dependent on the person). Keywords: person-centered approach, organismic valuing process, person’s values, self-actualization, value system, organism, thematic analysis.

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